Student Health Center and Local Healthcare Facilities

The Minot State Student Health Center should be your first stop unless you have a major emergency. Be sure to call ahead to set up an appointment. If you need to be referred to a local clinic, they can help direct you.

If the Student Health Center is closed, you have other options for urgent medical needs:

If you need to see a doctor for an urgent reason when the MSU Student Health Center is closed, the Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic is a good choice because you do not need an appointment. The clinic is open until 9 p.m. on weekdays and is also open limited hours on weekends and holidays. You can see a doctor at the clinic for bone fractures, sprains, strains, cuts, colds, flu, earaches, sore throats, minor burns, pinkeye, stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, stiches, bladder infections, and other minor health problems.

2 Locations:
Sanford Health Highway 2 Clinic
801 21st Ave. Southeast
Minot, North Dakota
(701) 838-3033

Sanford Health Northwest Clinic
1500 21st Ave. Northwest
Minot, North Dakota 58701
(701) 418-4300

Walk-in clinics are not intended to be a substitute for an emergency room. If you are experiencing a true emergency, such as head trauma, severe bleeding, chest pain or pressure, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing or life-threatening injuries, go to the Trinity Health Emergency Room immediately.

1 Burdick Expressway West
Minot, ND 58702
(701) 857-5260

Call 911 if you need the assistance of paramedics and an ambulance.

Be aware that if you go to the emergency room at a hospital in the U.S. whenyour condition is not considered a true emergency, you will wait a long time tobe seen by the doctor and the cost will be extremely high.